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Angel Eyes Twilight Mix Show / 20:00 - 22:00


02 Dec–07 Jan 2024 Wolverhampton Grand Theatre Lichfield St Wolverhampton WV1 1DE United Kingdom

Mirror, mirror, on the wall, don’t miss the fairest pantomime of them all…we promise it will be a truly WICKED adventure!

The ultimate festive family spectacular stars Kelle Bryan (Eternal, Hollyoaks, Loose Women) as the Good Fairy Elementa, with Gyasi Sheppy (CBeebies) as our dashing Prince and Niki Colwell Evans (X Factor, Blood Brothers, Kinky Boots) returns, but this time…she’s WICKED! They join Evie Pickerill (CBeebies) as Snow White, Tam Ryan as Muddles & Ian Adams as Nanny Nolly.

Join us as we look in the mirror, defeat the Evil Queen and follow Snow White & the prince on their journey to find true love’s kiss in this ultimate fairy-tale family adventure.

Take a bite of panto delight with spectacular scenery and costumes, magical special effects, wicked humour and plenty of audience participation! SNOW WHITE promises to be a festive spectacular for all ages.

GOLD SHOWS: Parties of 50+ £2.50 of all ticket prices (excludes gold seats)

PURPLE SHOWS: Parties of 50+ £6 off all tickets prices, parties of 100+ £7 off ticket prices.

RED SHOWS: General Concessions: £6 off all ticket prices.

Family ticket: 4 tickets (to include a minimum of 1 adult and 1 child) for £94* – valid on all red performances Sat 9 – Fri 15 December.

Group discounts: Parties of 20+, £6 off all ticket prices, parties of 50+, £7 off all ticket prices, parties of 100+, £8 off all ticket prices

School parties: As group discounts plus 1 supervising adult with every 10 students free.

GREEN SHOWS: General Concessions: £5.50 off all tickets

Group Discounts: Parties of 10+, £7.50 off all tickets

School parties: December – £13* plus 1 supervising adult with every 10 students free.

* A £4 booking fee applies to all purchases


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